Trumpington Pavilion
10th Anniversary Celebration:
21 September 2019
Trumpington Pavilion
King George V Playing
Field, Paget Road
Cambridge CB2 9JF

Pavilion Manager
tel.: 01223 847433
10th Anniversary Celebration of Trumpington Pavilion
12 noon to 4 pm, Saturday 21 September

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday 21 September when there will be a community event at
Trumpington Pavilion and King George V playing field to celebrate 10 years since the reopening of
the Pavilion and nearly 70 years since the opening of the playing field. We will have activities for all
ages, including bouncy castles, zorb balls, soft play, story telling, craft events, sports opportunities,
demonstrations, displays by community groups, Wildlife Trust, local artist, food stalls, etc.

The Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Cambridge, Councillor Gerri Bird and Councillor Russ McPherson,
will be joining us on the day. The Mayor will be unveiling a plaque in the Pavilion foyer and cutting a
celebration cake at 1 pm: do come along at that point and share the cake. The Deputy Mayor will be
unveiling names for the changing rooms at 1:30 pm, all old and new Trumpington footballers are
welcome to take part in that event.

Sports activities

Come along and take part in lots of sports opportunities for children and adults, organised with the
help of Cambridge City Council Active Lifestyles team. The activities include:

Football: professional football coaches Over & In and Trumpington Football Club will be collaborating
for the afternoon to give boys and girls of all ages a chance to experience football in a relaxed and
welcoming environment. Beat the Goalie! A penalty shootout competition will run throughout the
afternoon, get your name on the leader board! The goal and practice area will be available for
children to get coaching tips, work on their skills and get a taste of the fun and inclusive culture that
we at TFC and Over & In seek to create.
Cricket: Cambridgeshire Cricket will be running sessions of All Stars Cricket, an England Cricket
Board programme aimed at 5-8 year olds to encourage children into cricket;
Handball: Cambridge Handball Club will be running activities;
Fitness Training: come and join in with Reach Your Potential Fitness, a mobile Personal Training
company owned by Holly Boag and Matt Hill, based in Trumpington. We are both passionate,
qualified and experienced Personal Trainers aiming to help as many individuals reach their goals, get
fit and lead a healthier lifestyle. As well as Personal Training, we run a Bootcamp in Trumpington
called RYPF Trumpington Bootcamp every Tuesday from 18:30 to 19:30 in
the play area on Cornwell
Road (off Whittle Avenue), all abilities are welcome. Check out our website www. or our Facebook group RYPF Trumpington Bootcamp for more
Mobile Treasure Hunt: the City Council Active Lifestyles team with run a mobile treasure hunt
around the playing field for children and parents. You will need to download an app to your phone
and sign up to the Trumpington game. We will plot points around the playing field for families to
follow. When you reach a point (using GPS on the phone), a challenge will come up. This is a great
way of getting active without thinking about getting active. It is part of the county wide ‘Active
Families’ project led by Living Sport;
Activity Trail: the City Council Active Lifestyles team also invites you to come and have a go at
the new Trumpington FitKit equipment which has recently been installed around the playing field.
Follow the activity cards around the trail and give each one a try! From monkey bars to step ups,
there are exercise for all to try
Trumpington Sports: come along and find out more about the community sports facilities at
Trumpington Community College, including taster sessions, Fencing and Tai Kon Do.
Trumpington Pavilion, June 2013.
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Family and craft activities, local community stalls and demonstrations

There will be a wide range of activities and displays taking place in the Pavilion, on the patio and
across the playing field, including:

Trumpington Residents' Association and Trumpington Pavilion: displays about our
background and current activities and the groups that are based at the Pavilion;
Raffle: join in our raffle for prizes contributed by local residents and organisations;
Family and craft activities: led by the City Council, including games to tease out what you know
about Trumpington, where you live and how you think Trumpington will have changed in another 10
Trumpington youth group: activities organised by Romsey Mill;
1st Trumpington Scouts, Cubs and Beavers: the local Scouts and Beavers will be
demonstrating their skills and encouraging you to take part;
Soft Play: soft play sessions for pre-school age children throughout the afternoon, with support
from the local Child and Family Centre;
Face painting: local face painting stars will be in action;
Community Wardrobe: the local group will be doing a mini-community wardrobe;
Clay Farm Centre and Clay Farm Library: The Clay Farm Centre is now in its second year of
operation and has become a well-used community facility in Trumpington. We have a great mix of
regular and one off events and all the information can be found on our webpage
, www.
, or by following us on social media. We look forward to celebrating with the Pavilion
for its 10th birthday and we will be having a children's Rhyme time activity during the afternoon. Also
on the day we will have colouring activities, plus lots of information on all the lovely things going on
at the centre.;
Trumpington Local History Group: find out more about our local history;
Trumpington Stitchers: the group will have exhibition of its work, a pom-pom making craft
activity, and a sales table for Wintercomfort scarves;
Trumpington Allotment Society: come and learn about our Foster Road allotments, with
produce; vegetables and preserves and plants for sale. Plus the ‘Human fruit machine’!;
Trumpington Gardening Society: TruGS will be on hand with a display and a range of locally-
grown plants for sale;
Trumpington Community Orchard: the local community orchard will talk about its work and
have apple juice for sale;
Anstey Way flats, art project: the artist responsible for the project at the new Anstey Way
flats will be doing an art activity;
Flower design: Nells Floral Designs will be giving advice and floristry demonstrations through the
Wildlife Trust: come and find out about the local Wildlife Trust BCN, join in our fun activities,
and discover more about nature reserves at Trumpington Meadows and around Cambridge. See how
you can get involved to help local wildlife!
BPHA: come along to find out more about local affordable housing;
Iyengar Yoga: Eight Yoga will be giving an Iyengar Yoga demonstration, one of the groups with
weekly sessions in the Pavilion (Monday and Thursday at 9:30 am);
Tai Chi: the Spiral Taiji group will be giving a demonstration, they also meet at the Pavilion (7 pm
on Wednesdays);
Shodokan Aikido: one of the Village Hall groups, Shodokan Aikido – also known as Sport Aikido
or ‘Tomiki’ Aikido – is a modern Japanese martial art that will help you improve your strength,
fitness and coordination and learn practical self-defence skills. The group will be giving
demonstrations throughout the afternoon. We train twice a week at Trumpington Village Hall:
Mondays 7:30-9:00pm (Jubilee Room) and Wednesdays 7:30-9:00pm (Main Hall). Whether you are a
university student or Cambridge resident, an experienced martial artist or complete beginner, we
invite you to come and train with us. You can find out more at or find
us on Facebook @shodokancambridge;
Odissi Indian Dance: another Village Hall group who will be doing a demonstration, Odissi dance
originates in the temples of the Eastern Indian state of Odisha, and brings to life the graceful
sculptures carved onto the temple walls;
Bouncy Castle and Assault Course: supplied by Saffron Walden Bouncy Castle;
Zorb balls: by the local company, The Human Hamster Ball Co.
Supporters and donors

We are very grateful for support for this event from the Trumpington Residents' Association (TRA);
a Cambridge City Council Community Grant; a donation from South Trumpington Parish Meeting;
donations from Hill, AstraZeneca, Trumpington Farm Company, Countryside Properties and other
local donors; local groups; and volunteers.
Images of Trumpington

We will be featuring Images of Trumpington, with a display of photographs of Trumpington. How do
you see Trumpington today and what was it like in the recent past? You are invited to contribute
photographs which will be displayed during the event on 21 September. A selection will be mounted
or framed and remaining on show in the Pavilion for a few weeks. These could be photographs of
Trumpington from the 1950s to the present, maybe showing family events; football matches on the
playing field; views of the High Street; or the surrounding farmland and countryside. They could be
new photographs showing today's Trumpington, such as current activities; street scenes; and the new
housing areas. Please complete this
Images of Trumpington form to submit an image: fill in the
information, save the form and then email it with your image to the TRA Membership Secretary
Elise Fider. Closing date Friday 6 September.

We would really appreciate help in advance of the celebration and on the day. Please get in touch if
you can help, contact
Elise Fider.
Remembering Trumpington Tornadoes

There will be a display about the history of Trumpington Tornadoes football team. This started in
1972, when Neville Haylock and other local people established a club for local boys and girls, which
used the old Pavilion and the King George V playing field. The club was very successful and was
affiliated to the Cambridgeshire Football Association from 1973-74 to 2011-12. If you have any
information, photographs, press cuttings, etc., about the Tornadoes, please let us know.

As mentioned above, there will be a ceremony at 1:30 pm to name the three changing rooms in
recognition of the use of the playing field by Trumpington Tornadoes and Trumpington Football Club.
Foods options

There will be food available from:

Pavilion cafe: locally-made cakes, etc.;
Pizza Passione: mobile pizza oven;
Al Chile: real Mexican food;
Toni’s Ices: a Cambridge favourite since 1975
TRA Raffle

The TRA is organising a raffle and we are very grateful to a number of local individuals and
companies for their generous support, including Rulo's, Waitrose, Cooke Curtis & Co, Radhika
Flowers, Sainsbury's, Rumbles Fish and Chips, and the Bun Shop.